Holiday Villa and Apartment Rentals Mallorca
4 Reviews Listed Feb 2011 Verified
Super south facing Penthouse with amazing views over the Cala Nova Marina in the wonderful town of Sant Agusti. Fully air conditioned with all modern conveniences & large terrace for sunbathing. Cala Nova beach is opposite the Penthouse.Prices from £585.00 pwView MoreListed Apr 2016
A luxurious 3 bedroom villa in the exclusive Pollenca area of Mallorca. 3 en-suite bedrooms, enclosed gardens with pool and BBQ. Table tennis, Wi-Fi, satellite TV and air conditioning included.Prices from £1,000.00 pwView More
Information on Mallorca
Mallorca (or Majorca as it's known to the English) is the largest of the Balearic Islands. The island enjoys on average 300 days of sunshine a year making it a sun-lovers paradise. There is much more to Mallorca than simply good weather.
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Mallorca is blessed with some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean with crystal clear waters and white sands. Whether you want shallow waters that are great for children to play in or rougher seas so that you can enjoy the variety of watersports on offer, you will find it in Mallorca.
Away from the coastline Mallorca also has some of the lushest countryside in the Mediterranean and is great for walkers or cyclists to explore. Golf enthusiasts will not be disappointed as there are numerous great courses across the island.
The capital of Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca, is a fascinating city which can be traced right back to Roman times. It is rich in culture and great shopping enthusiasts. The nightlife in Palma is vibrant without being as 'in your face' as the karaoke bars and neon nightclubs that line the streets of nearby resorts such as Magaluf or Palma Nova. Palma Cathedral or 'La Seu' as it is known locally is an impressive Gothic style building and is probably the most famous building on the island. It is absolutely stunning and well worth a visit.
For family holidays, resorts like Alcudia in the north and Cala D'or in the southeast offer great beaches with shallow waters perfect for children and bustling marinas lined with excellent restaurants in the evenings. Wherever you go in Mallorca you will find an extensive choice of places to eat and drink and no visit is complete without a trip to your local tapas bar where you can enjoy local dishes whilst sipping a great bottle of Rioja!